Online course formats

This article describes some things to consider before publishing your course in the Catalog. Before publishing the course, check the article "Creating an overview of your course"

Time-driven


You can do a time driven - e.g. week based course where you release a topic or a group of topics timely basis. For example, one set of topics per week for 3-7 weeks

2-4 topics which are released weekly can be based on:

- 5 to15 minutes video:
- Which can be for example a lecture or a demonstration
- Articles, reading materials
- Educational applications

On each topic:
  • Introduction text to the - video - article - application.
  • One video - article - application on topic.
  • Possible links to other sources of information in the field.
Give one quiz per topic or a topic group to your students to assess their knowledge. Create a discussion for each week and participate actively on the discussions.

You can also set up assignments for the course.

Time-driven course can be reverted or the course can be re-used to do self-paced course, which students can hop on easily and take the course at their own pace.

Course to take at own pace:


6 to 25 or more topics which can be based on:
- 5 to 15 minutes video:
- Which can be for example a lecture or a demonstration.
- Articles, reading materials
- Educational applications

On each topic:
  • Introduction text to the - video - article - application.
  • One video - article - application on topic.
  • Possible links to other sources of information in the field.
Give one quiz per topic or a topic group to your students to assess their knowledge. Create a discussion for each topic or topic area so participants can discuss about the course and participate to the discussions as well.

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